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Featured Image for Post: How to Protect Your Garden From Inclement Weather

October 9, 2017

How to Protect Your Garden From Inclement Weather

In the late summer months, the nights are starting to get cooler and the number of daylight hours is slowly diminishing. These natural occurrences are offered as signals to plants and trees that the growing season is dwindling. This is the time of year when trees’ leaves start to change, as they start their process […]

Featured Image for Post: 4 Helpful Landscaping Tips for Home Sellers

October 6, 2017

4 Helpful Landscaping Tips for Home Sellers

A beautiful landscape can make your residential property markedly more attractive and be inviting to prospective purchasers. If you want to be successful, these selling home tips can go a long way. Terrific landscaping and quick home sales often go hand in hand.

Featured Image for Post: How to Shape, Trim, and Prune Your Shrubs

October 3, 2017

How to Shape, Trim, and Prune Your Shrubs

Pruning and trimming shrub not only makes them attractive, but supports their health and stimulates the growth of leaves and flowers. Pruning takes away dead, weak or damaged branches where pests and diseases can shelter. Here are ways to prune a shrub or bush:   First Things The first thing to do is make sure […]

Featured Image for Post: Properly Moving Plants From the Ground to a Pot

October 1, 2017

Properly Moving Plants From the Ground to a Pot

If you’re into gardening or landscaping yourself, there are a variety of reasons why you may wish to transfer a plant or plants from the ground to a pot.

Featured Image for Post: Preparing Your Landscape for Winter

September 28, 2017

Preparing Your Landscape for Winter

With summer coming to an end, it’s almost time to start preparing your lawn for winter. The coldest months can wreak havoc on even the best cared for landscapes, and if you want your lawn to make it through January unscathed, it’s best to give it a little TLC before the snowfalls hit. Here are […]

Featured Image for Post: Natural Methods of Weed Control

September 24, 2017

Natural Methods of Weed Control

There has been a huge move towards organic gardening in the last few years. Many of the pesticides and herbicides that are sold contain dangerous chemicals that cause a multitude of health problems in humans and animals. But avoiding them complicates the process of taking care of tasks out in the yard, such as weed […]

Featured Image for Post: Winner “Best Yard”

September 21, 2017

Winner “Best Yard”

In terms of lawns, some say the grass is greener on the other side.  But for one Twin Oaks client, their lawn is the best in the neighborhood.

Featured Image for Post: How to Landscape Along your Fence

September 18, 2017

How to Landscape Along your Fence

Achieving beautiful and pleasant lawn does not only mean working on specific areas of your lawn. The outdoor of your yard will have a beautiful and healthy look if every part of the landscape is organized and tidy, including the fence. If your purpose is to attain an impeccable lawn, you must work on embellishing […]

Featured Image for Post: What Can You Use as Compost?

September 15, 2017

What Can You Use as Compost?

Composting is used by many households to enrich their lawn and as a way to recycle organic material. It is extremely beneficial to utilize this method to make your soil more fertile. You might be overwhelmed when getting started, but starting this practice pile is easy and can grow as composting becomes second nature to […]

Featured Image for Post: Attracting Pollinators to Your Yard

September 11, 2017

Attracting Pollinators to Your Yard

Pollinators are necessary for life on earth, but they are taken for granted. Many people were indifferent to honey bees until their colonies collapsed. Then, they realized the honey bee’s vital importance to agriculture. It’s easy to attract pollinators to a yard, whether they be bees, bumblebees, flies, butterflies or certain types of wasps. Here […]